President Donald Trump claims his administration is "doing very well in negotiations with China," but the US team heading to Beijing this week is starting almost from scratch.
A young Saudi woman says she is being detained at Bangkok's main airport after trying to escape from her parents in Kuwait.
Women in Saudi Arabia divorced by their husbands will now be sent a text message to inform them of their new status.
Every baby born in the United States is given a routine blood test to screen for dozens of inherited medical conditions. Now, the U.S. National Institutes of Health is exploring whether to use DNA sequencing to screen newborn babies for additional genetic abnormalities and disorders. Such DNA testing would likely complement, but not replace, the current routine blood tests.
His meal of gold-coated steak drew ire on social media for being ostentatious, but Franck Ribery's foul-mouthed response earned him a "heavy fine" from his club Bayern Munich.
At least 40 people were killed when a gold mine collapsed Sunday in northern Afghanistan, authorities said.
Two members of the British special forces have been wounded in Syria an attack by ISIS fighters, according to the Kurdish news agency Rudaw.
Kevin Sweeney has resigned as Pentagon chief of staff after serving the defense secretary for two years.
Police in Corpus Christi, Texas, got some assistance from civilians to help an elderly man in a burning vehicle that had rolled over during an accident.
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is defending her fellow new Democratic congresswoman, Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib, for using profanity in referring to President Donald Trump.
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